The harangues of the civic citizen movement Mexican Renaissance (Part 2)

What is promised is debt, last week I communicated some of the harangues of the civic citizen movement the Mexican Renaissance, this week I share other causes that motivate us to organize ourselves in forums, events, festivals, huateques, summits and meetings focused on:

Mexican identity. The ghost of the “balkanization” of Mexico, runs through different regions of our country. We are concerned that 48% of the population would like to have been born in another country (survey conducted by “De las Heras Demotecnia”, September, 2022), 17% would prefer to move elsewhere and only a third of the population gladly refers being a Mexican inhabitant, coupled with the recent declarations of characters ignorant of politics in Mexico, who differentiate and generate bitterness between the regions and make us vulnerable by encouraging separatist ideas. We cannot forget the legacy of characters like Silvestre Aramberri, who fought for the unification of the Northeast with the entire country, against Santiago Vidaurri, who promoted separation to create an independent region. For this reason, we promote by all means those elements that unify us as a nation, from our nature, language, history, food (corn or nopal), through films, books, exchanges and dances that move the spirit and pride of being Mexican.

Art and culture. We live in times in which the desire for profit and mainly the manipulable indoctrination, has made art an ideal tool for the control of the masses that have monopolized the expenses of government agencies, industry and most spaces in the media. Communication. However, in a change of era like this, independently, against the current and despite everything, there is an art that expresses the grandeur of Mexican culture, which we are sure will be remembered in posterity. We fight for musicians who awaken consciences, poems that sublime the soul, the vindication of muralism as the greatest artistic legacy of our ancestors and that today survives thanks to few exponents, free, independent and sovereign writers who contribute to disturb degradation and dignify the spirit, painting or sculpture that illuminate our Mexican essence with colors, among others.

Sovereignty. We are getting closer to a war economy and that is when we must realize the cost of abandoning (not to call it treason) the elements that allow us to defend ourselves, for example, in Mexico there are few weapons that are produced, despite count on cities like Zacatlán de las Manzanas, which has the designation of heroic, for having been the “weapons foundry of the nation”, but today only has a small craft workshop for weapons. The weapons sold by the army or trafficked by criminals are all imported mainly from the US, but if it confronts it, is it with the US? There would be no way to deal with it. There is also no scientific or technological development despite having great scientists and creations, such as the invention of the drone, which has changed the way of waging war, however, the patent and the development of technology are not found in Mexico. Today, more than ever, we have to bet on science and technology.

Spirituality in science. No more divorce from the same truth, science that serves human purposes and does not control them, are part of our mission. The secrets of spirituality are the great revelations of scientific advances, and in Mexico the main reserve is the spiritual and we have the scientists who have brought this certainty closer.

Political rights. As long as the political party continues to be the one that defines the course of Mexico, the country will be party. We cannot allow ourselves to be at the expense of electoral reforms in the form of the partyocracy, it is urgent to ensure the full political rights of Mexicans, with citizen and independent candidacies that must be the axis to achieve an authentic democracy.

We invite you to join and participate in all the Renaissance activities that take place throughout the country.

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The harangues of the civic citizen movement Mexican Renaissance (Part 2)